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When it comes to music, Bravolebrities know a thing or two about what it takes to make a catchy tune. So many Bravolebs have blessed us with iconic songs, from Scheana Shay's "Shake That" to Luann de Lesseps' "Money Can't Buy You Class" to Milania Giudice's "I Can't Wait to Grow Up." The latest song to come out of Bravo's pool of talent is from none other than Vanderpump Rules' Lala Kent, and she's teamed up with an unexpected Housewife: Brie Dupree.
You've probably heard of Brie's shocking story by now; she was fired from Season 3 of The Real Housewives of Dallas after her twin sister, Bunny, disappeared and Brie was named the lead suspect in the case. Now, in the hopes of regaining the trust of her fans and finding fame again, she's relying on the help of Bravolebs like Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Carson Kressley, and Sonja Morgan to help her rebuild her brand and get back on her game.
Her latest scheme is in collaboration with Lala, who's no stranger to the music world: She and James Kennedy have collaborated on music in the past. Lala's latest song with Brie is called "Brie-lieve Me," and, well, the title says it all.
Lala believes that Brie is innocent in the disappearance of her sister, and she's not afraid to sing it to the world — in fact, she even swears on her PJ and her Benz that she believes in Brie... so that must mean it's true, right?
Well, Shannon Beador doesn't think so! Watch the clip above to see the crazy music video for yourself and to find out how Shannon (and her QVC line of food Real for Real Cuisine) are related to this shocking story.
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